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Google Play Music update brings SD card support

on December 6, 2013

Gigaom

If you use Google(s goog) Play Music, but you don’t have a ton of free space on your phone, good news: The latest update to the app now allows you to store cached music on a microSD card. According to Google’s release note description, the update adds “SD card support for offline music on KitKat (Experimental support on some older devices).”

Of course, this requires that you have a microSD card and your phone has a memory card slot, which not all do. And if you aren’t running KitKat, it might not work. But with more and more apps competing for internal storage, this is a welcome new feature.

Before this update, the only way to store cached or pinned music for offline listening was to a device’s internal storage. But many phones and tablets out there only come with 16GB of storage, with a good portion of that…

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